Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2016 Business Environmental Awards!

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Acterra Award for Sustainability

Large Organization:

Bon Appétit Management Company
(View Bon Appétit's BEA Ceremony Acceptance Speech)

Medium Organization:

SCS Global Services
(View SCS Global Services BEA Ceremony Acceptance Speech)

Small Organization:

New Resource Bank
(View New Resource Bank BEA Ceremony Acceptance Speech)

Environmental Innovation


Building Robotics — Makers of Comfy
(View Building Robotics — Makers of Comfy BEA Ceremony Acceptance Speech)

Environmental Project

Large Project:

Stanford University
Stanford Energy System Innovations
(View Stanford University Energy System Innovations BEA Ceremony Acceptance Speech)

Medium Project:

City of Hayward Water Pollution Control Facility
Green Power
(View City of Hayward Water Pollution Control Facility BEA Ceremony Acceptance Speech)

Sustainable Built Environment

Large Project:

Forty Niners Stadium Management Company
Levi's Stadium
(View Forty Niners Stadium Management Company BEA Ceremony Acceptance Speech)

Medium Project:

Huettig & Schromm, Sharp Development Company
415 Mathilda
(View Huettig & Schromm, Sharp Development Company BEA Ceremony Acceptance Speech)

Small Project:

Arkin Tilt Architects
Project Green Home
(View Arkin Tilt Architects BEA Ceremony Acceptance Speech)

About the Business Environmental Awards

Founded in 1990, Acterra's Business Environmental Awards is one of the Bay Area's oldest and most prestigious environmental recognition programs. The program's goals include celebrating the accomplishments of businesses with innovative sustainable programs, recognizing leaders in the industry, and providing an educational forum that increases awareness and motivates all companies to adopt sustainable business practices.

Since its inception, the program has recognized over 180 businesses and organizations for exemplary environmental leadership. Recent recipients include: Solazyme, Joint Venture Silicon Valley, Santa Clara University, NASA, Symantec Corporation, City of Palo Alto, Google, Annie's, and Integral Group.